GUEST BIO Pam Baker (womenscoachingalliance.org) is dedicated to empowering, encouraging, and developing more young women to become examples of leadership, rather than the exception, through coaching youth sports and giving back to the community.
With her own unique leadership, she founded the Women's Coaching Alliance, inspired and built upon the memory of her late husband Doug Friedman, who made his transition in 2020.
Her aim for great leadership and work ethic brought her to places like Genentech and Johnson and Johnson, where she worked as district sales manager, project manager, and project director, as well as Vice President and CEO for several startups in the healthcare and investment sectors. She is a woman dedicated to "minding the gap," a British expression she likes to use that shows her willingness to explore the unfamiliar and help light the way for everyone, especially women and future leaders of the world.
PART 1 - What is the Women's Coaching Alliance? | Exploring the Unfamiliar | Molding Leadership
PART 2 - The Power of Coaching and giving back to community
PART 3 - Doug's Coaching Legacy | What we learn from grief |